Based in San Francisco and previously the editor-in-chief of Maximum PC - the second largest PC magazine in the U.S., George Jones has led both print and digital editorial teams at IDG, Future US, and Ziff-Davis. George has been the founding editor of TabTimes and now writes the popular This week in Tablets column, published every Saturday.
David Needle is an experienced, high tech news editor, reporter and writer/blogger, based in the Silicon Valley. Until recently the West Coast bureau chief of InternetNews.com, he previously worked for or collaborated with PCWorld, Information Week, Upside magazine and Infoworld.
Michael Singer is based in San Francisco where he previously worked at the Economist Intelligence Unit as part of its Thought Leadership Group. Prior to joining The Economist, Michael managed online news operations for UBM/TechWeb's InformationWeek and served as senior editor for the 2010 Folio award-winning Internet Evolution project. He's also been an editor and writer in San Francisco for ABC-7 News, KTVU FOX 2, and CNET News.com.
Doug is a British technology journalist who is based in London, UK. Doug was previously the news editor of Display Monitor, a weekly trade journal on the displays industry for Europe. He has news experience writing for national monthly magazines as well as daily and weekly local newspapers.
Debbie Rouleau, Developer
Debbie is an experienced developer who previously worked in the BRANCHEZ-VOUS! and BV! media web production team. Based in Montreal, she is in charge of the front-end user experience in TabTimes products
Patrick Pierra is an Internet pioneer in Canada. Having founded the Branchez-vous.com site in 1995, he then steered for fifteen years as CEO of BV! Media, a publicly-listed Canadian company which grew into the leading independent web publisher and web ad network in Canada. It was acquired by Rogers Communications in 2010. Patrick handles strategy, product development and partnerships. He is based in Montreal and travels frequently to New York City.
Based in New York City, Rick Vandervoorn has spent his entire career involved in marketing and business development for both B2C and B2B players in print, online and mobile publishing, including Ziff Davis/PC Magazine, Future US, GameWEEK, Ultramercial, Jingle Networks and iCall. Rick handles advertising, sponsorship and content production services sales on all platforms.